Trade grades: Who wins after Atlanta moves up to No. 4?

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After shopping the No. 4 pick, acquired from the Los Angeles Lakers in a reported trade agreement for Anthony Davis that cannot be completed until July 6 at the earliest, the New Orleans Pelicans found a taker shortly before Thursday's NBA draft.

The Atlanta Hawks moved up from No. 8 to No. 4 while hanging on to their other lottery pick (Cam Reddish, 10th overall), instead giving the Pelicans a pair of later picks and taking back the contract of forward Solomon Hill in exchange for going up four spots.

The deal

Hawks get: 2019 No. 4 pick (De'Andre Hunter), 2019 No. 57 pick* (Jordan Bone), Solomon Hill, future second-rounder

Pelicans get: 2019 No. 8 pick (Jaxson Hayes), 2019 No. 17 pick (Nickeil Alexander-Walker), 2019 No. 35 pick (Marcos Louzada Silva), 2020 first-round pick (via CLE)

*Headed to Detroit Pistons in separate deal